The electronic journal (ISSN 2100-0840) is published under Creative Commons license. Each volume contains 5 to 6 fascicles per year. The journal accepts all articles dealing with taxonomy of Ascomycota. As an international journal, it authorizes the authors to submit their text in the following languages: French, English, German, Italian and Spanish. The texts must respect the “rules to authors” (see Documents) and are submitted to the opinion of our Editorial Board. They must be sent to the address


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The last published issue of is fascicle 5, vol. 15 (Dec. 2023):

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Tour d’horizon des pézizes violettes (Pezizaceae) présentes en Europe. 6e partie : le genre Malvipezia

By VanVooren N., Dougoud R., Moyne G., Vega M., Carbone M., Perić B. – 31 October 2023
The species of Malvipezia are presented in detail and illustrated based on recent European collections, including M. howsei, M. emileia, M. lividula, M. pauli, as well as three new...

Nouvelle actualisation des noms de Pézizomycètes contenus dans les Champignons de Suisse, tome 1, les Ascomycètes

By Van Vooren N. – 31 October 2023
Proposal of a new nomenclatural and taxonomic update of the Pezizomycetes species described and illustrated in the famous book Champignons de Suisse¸ volume 1, devoted to ascomyce...

Exploring the European Trichophaea-like discomycetes (Pezizales) using morphological, ecological and molecular data. Part 4: new insights in Trichophaea s. str. and Paranthracobia gen. nov.

By Van Vooren N., Valade F. – 31 October 2023
This fourth part of the exploration of Trichophaea-like discomycetes is focused on the genus Trichophaea s. str., especially the globose-spored species (i.e. T. brunnea and allies...
Editorial Board

Managing Editor: Nicolas Van Vooren (France)


  •  Hans-Otto Baral (Germany)
  •  Martin Bemmann, Heidelberg Academy of Sciences and Humanities (Germany)
  •  Matteo Carbone (Italy)
  •  Adrian Carter, New-Brunswick Museum (Canada)
  •  René Dougoud (Switzerland)
  •  Gernot Friebes, Centre of Natural History, Botany & Mycology, Universalmuseum Joanneum (Austria)
  •  Jacques Fournier (France)
  •  Michel Hairaud (France)
  •  Jean-Paul Priou (France)
  •  Luis Quijada, Pfister Lab, Harvard University (United States of America)
  •  Elisabeth Stöckli (Switzerland)
  •  François Valade (France)